Speed and Flexibility Training with Agility Ladders

Author: Ruchi Mahajan,  

Speed and Flexibility Training with Agility Ladders

Speed Agility Ladder is an excellent choice for kids and adults to improve their dynamic balance while training. To be able to maintain the speed while accurately changing directions is critical in many sports.

Cintz Speed Agility Training Ladder allows all field sports athletes at any level to gradually build or improve further, their strength and endurance with an improved balance, quicker feet movement, better foot coordination, and faster reaction times. The ladder is made of Polypropylene and is strong to withhold everyday use. The rungs placed 14" apart provides an optimal rung space for any workout. The rungs are fixed with rivets that eliminate the need for constant readjustments to offer a convenient and incessant workout. The ladder comes with anchors that stabilize the ladder during drills. A carry bag is included for a convenient storage and handling.

The ladder is made of Polypropylene and is strong to withhold everyday use. The rungs placed 14" apart provides an optimal rung space for any workout. The fixed rungs eliminate the need for constant readjustments to offer a convenient and incessant workout. The ladder comes with anchors that stabilize the ladder during drills. All ladders come in a carry bag for a convenient storage and handling.

Cintz Agility Ladder comes in 15 ft and 30 ft length that makes it easy to choose depending on training or workout. Our 30 ft ladder splits into two 15 ft ladders. The ladders come in a variety of vibrant colors that will make any workout fun.

Our agility ladder drills help improve athletic performance and help with the lower body workout. A few simple beginners drills and exercises include:

  • Linear runs with both the feet inside into space between rungs. Once in the end, hustle backward and repeat to the other end.
  • Similar to linear, use lateral movements with both the feet inside into space between rungs.
  • Run with high knees forward, making sure to step on the area between all rungs.
  • Using one foot at a time, jump in and out of the rung space until the end. Repeat backward.
  • Jump forward the first rung space. Then while spreading the legs wide, land in a squat with feet on either side of the ladder.
  • While in a push-up position, keep the hands inside the rung space. Jump outside the ladder with wide open feet on either side, then back together. Continue walking through the rung space till the end and repeat. 

 

 

 

 

 


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